The ruling Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) party has rubbished murmurs unfold by pro-SDF social media users claiming that Chief Minister P.S. Golay and his cabinet colleagues and MLAs left for Delhi today due to some sort of political drama or tsunami happening within the national capital.
Condemning the rumours of some political tsunami as false and misleading , SKM spokesperson Jacob Khaling in an exceedingly statement aforementioned the rumours was being unfold by some rouge parts with unconditional interest and there's nothing hidden behind the Delhi tour of the Chief Minister and legislators. “Even Pawan Chamling and his cortege consisting of minister's, MLAs, chairman visited Delhi many times throughout their tenure to place Sikkim's demands to the Union government. After forming of SKM government, this can be the first such delegation led by Chief Minister P.S. Golay to the national capital, wherever they're scheduled to fulfill Union ministers in reference to the long unfinished demands like tribal status for left out communities, LT seats on behalf of the State of Sikkim,” he said.
Khaling, additionally the Chief Minister’s political secretary, also appealed to the party staff and supporters to not listen or believe on the false and ‘imaginative theories’ being circulated by the opposition party on social media. “Unlike Chamling, wherever he and his entire cabinet visited Delhi within the pretext of official work however instead took a family vacation beneath government expenditure, we've got a great deal to try and do for our Sikkimese individuals and their eudaemonia and then our representatives ought to visit Delhi for official work. During Chamling's tenure foreign trip by Chamling and his ministers were common, as under the pretext of official tour these SDF ministers took their spouse along with them and spent a pleasant vacation abroad,” aforementioned Khaling supplementary that the SKM government understands the worth of public money and time and would ne'er misuse government position for pleasure trips.